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Black Coral

240 products
Shortspine Urchin
(Echinometra sp.)
Starting at $11.99
…or Rock Burrowing Urchin, has an oval to round black body covered with hundreds of uniform, reddish-orange spines. Typically found in the back reef, this night-dwelling algae cleaner is known to burrow small niches in carbonatic rocks (dead corals) to hide. The Shortspine Urchin requires ample…
Tube Coral, Black
(Tubastrea micrantha)
Starting at $44.99
The Black Tube Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral, also referred to as the Branched Black Tube or Tubastrea Black Sun Coral. It is a very dark olive green to black colonial coral, markedly different than others within the species. It is often found on reef ledges or steep reef slopes in the…
Black Velvet Angelfish
(Chaetodontoplus melanosoma)
Starting at $69.99
…of the dorsal fin is outlined in yellow.The Black Velvet Angelfish is shy and may be difficult to acclimatize. It needs a tank of not less than 50 gallons with plenty of hiding places. It is not a good reef dweller, since it nips at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles.It…
Cowrie, Tiger
(Cypraea tigris)
Starting at $36.99
…white and brown mottled coloration, while its mantle will appear like a fingerprint of black and gray, with many short papillae over the surface.In the wild, it can be found under rocks or resting on soft corals during the day, foraging for food mostly at night. The Tiger Cowrie prefers a rock…
Green Hydnophora Coral, Aquacultured ORA®
(Hydnophora sp.)
Starting at $44.99
…to the water.It will feed on micro-plankton or food designed for filter feeding invertebrates, if it is offered.The Green Hydnophora Coral is mounted on a small black plastic plug that can be placed easily and securely in or between the rockwork in the reef aquarium.Approximate Purchase Size: 1" -…
Black Sailfin Blenny
(Atrosalarias fuscus)
Starting at $18.99
…Also, the Black Sailfin Blenny may be territorial towards its own species; therefore, if incorporating more than one Black Sailfin Blenny into an aquarium, it is best to acclimate them simultaneously.The Black Sailfin Blenny is also known as the Dusky Blenny, Brown Coral Blenny, Black Blenny,…
Clown Goby, Black
(Gobiodon strangulatus)
Starting at $8.99
…contains Acropora sp. or similar SPS corals. They will lay their eggs on the underside of the coral's branch, which will cause tissue recession in that area of the coral. However, under good conditions, the coral will regenerate the lost tissue.The Black Clown Goby's diet should consist of a…
Tongan Black Foxface
(Siganus niger)
Starting at $199.99
Black Foxface may be housed with more aggressive fish. Its predators will tend to leave it alone because of its venomous dorsal spines. Rabbitfish are generally reef-safe if they are well fed. If not, it is possible for them to nip at and consume some species of LPS and soft corals. The Tongan Black
Half Black Angelfish
(Centropyge vroliki)
Starting at $26.99
The Half Black Angelfish, like its name is half black and half pearled in coloration.It requires at least a 70 gallon tank with lots of hiding places. The Half Black Angelfish should be the only dwarf angelfish in the tank. It is not a good reef dweller and may eat soft coral polyps, clam mantles,…
Black Nox Angelfish
(Centropyge nox)
Starting at $29.99
The Black Nox Angelfish, also known as the Midnight Angelfish, is uniformly black over its entire body.It requires at least a 70 gallon tank with lots of hiding places. The Black Nox Angelfish should be the only dwarf angelfish in the tank. It is not a good reef dweller and may eat soft coral
Black Bandit Angelfish
(Apolemichthys arcuatus)
Starting at $999.99
Black Bandit Angelfish will do well in a tank of at least 180 gallons with plenty of hiding places. Once established, the Black Bandit Angelfish may become territorial. With a natural diet of sponges, the Gray Angelfish is difficult to acclimatize. It has a habit of nipping at soft and hard corals
Black Leopard Wrasse
(Macropharyngodon negrosensis)
Starting at $29.99
The Black Leopard Wrasse, also known as Leopard Wrasse or Yellowspotted Wrasse, has a dark body with light blue to yellowish spots. The dorsal fin has black and white diagonal stripes, and it may have red highlights on the tail and head.A 50 gallon or larger aquarium with well established live rock…
Black Back Butterflyfish
(Chaetodon melannotus)
Starting at $34.99
…that has numerous hiding places and plenty of room to swim.The Black Back Butterflyfish eats a variety of meaty preparations that should incorporate a vitamin or color enhancing food to keep its colors crisp. It eats soft corals in the wild.Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1-1/2" to 2-1/4";…
Black Bar Chromis
(Chromis retrofasciata)
Starting at $7.99
The Black Bar Chromis originates from the reefs of the Western Pacific, and is usually found within branching coral heads. They are tan to yellow in coloration with a distinctive vertical black bar where the body meets the tail. Provide a 30 gallon or larger aquarium, with plenty of live rock for…
Black Combtooth Blenny
(Ecsenius namiyei)
Starting at $23.99
The Black Combtooth Blenny - also known as Namive's Blenny, Tribal Blenny or Yellowtail Black Blenny - isn't often seen in the hobby. Adding one to your reef aquarium may just cause a little blenny envy among friends! Useful for controlling microalgae on live rock and corals, these reef-safe…
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